What is in your gym bag?

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    What is in your gym bag?


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    Mine:

    -Straps (wrist and pulling)
    -Knee Brace (surgery)
    -Ipod
    -Workout Journal
    -Intra-Aminos (brand depends but generally IntrAbolic)
    -Post Workout Shake (one serving)
    -Shaker
    -Shoes and Socks

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    A towel, flip flops, trunks, a shaker, shoes, IPOD and a bottle of Phera Plex
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    Jack's Blue Heat
    Wrist or Knee Wraps
    Belt
    Squat Suit or Bench Shirt
    Bands
    Peanut (two tennis balls taped together)

    Edit:
    1 Pair of Black and White Chuck T's with a custom 3/4' solid rubber heals added for increased stability and balance needed because of club foot.
    Last edited by pmiller383; 10-28-2008 at 03:36 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmiller383 View Post
    Peanut (two tennis balls taped together)
    ...what's the peanut for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WILL DA BEAST View Post
    ...what's the peanut for?
    myofascail release and motor activation. Pretty much if something like your foot or forearms are sore you can roll them out on the peanut to loosen them up and get blood flowing. I like using it before I squat and deadlift for rolling out my feet because it loosen up the the feet and ankles while stimulating the nerves at the bottom of the feet responsible for sensory information. Its actually pretty cool, if you tell someone to reach for their toes without bending their knees, and then roll out both feet for 1 minute and have them do it again they will go deeper (usually) the second time around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmiller383 View Post
    Jack's Blue Heat
    Wrist or Knee Wraps
    Belt
    Squat Suit or Bench Shirt
    Bands
    Peanut (two tennis balls taped together)
    You forgot the chucks bud....


    This is my peanut
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    Thanks Boro, I forgot the most important/unique part of my gym bag. My OP is now edited.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGG DOGG View Post
    A towel, flip flops, trunks, a shaker, shoes, IPOD and a bottle of Phera Plex
    For the man who has nothing to hide, but still wants to. Did yours come with the complementary matching shower wallet?
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    Neovar
    Straps
    PWO shake
    Insulin syringe w/ IGF1
    Workout journal
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    ipod,
    baseball cap ( to wear backwards)
    towel (sweat alot)
    knee brace (2 surgeries later)
    t-shirt
    sweatshirt
    work out log
    gum
    gloves for when I did karate
    RIP Ryan, :(
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    cool answers...seems to be a variance among us brothers of iron
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    No gym bag required.

    I use wrist straps when needed.
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    No gym bag...I take my log book & pen, weight belt, and straps w/me when needed. Oh, and gym towel
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    playboy!@
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    chalk in a tupperware container
    straps
    belt
    gorilla grip
    inhaler (I have asthma)
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    No gym bag either, just my pad and pen and towel!!!
    Think training's hard,. try losing!
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